Synonyms for nassau_ottweiler or Related words with nassau_ottweiler

nassau_saarbrücken              isenburg_büdingen              nassau_idstein              nassau_hadamar              leiningen_westerburg              isenburg_birstein              nassau_weilburg              nassau_dillenburg              leiningen_dagsburg              zweibrücken_bitsch              nassau_usingen              erbach_erbach              nassau_wiesbaden_idstein              solms_laubach              waldeck_eisenberg              solms_rödelheim              waldeck_wildungen              hanau_lichtenberg              erbach_fürstenau              wied_runkel              nassau_beilstein              bentheim_steinfurt              salm_reifferscheid              solms_lich              stolberg_stolberg              reuss_ebersdorf              sayn_wittgenstein              isenburg_grenzau              hohenlohe_waldenburg              stolberg_wernigerode              birkenfeld_bischweiler              erbach_schönberg              pfalz_zweibrücken              schwarzburg_rudolstadt              castell_remlingen              anhalt_bernburg_schaumburg_hoym              speckfeld              anhalt_zerbst              hesse_philippsthal              nassau_wiesbaden              isenburg_offenbach              holstein_rendsburg              holstein_segeberg              castell_castell              holstein_itzehoe              bentheim_bentheim              palatinate_simmern              salm_kyrburg              hohenlohe_öhringen              saxe_hildburghausen             



Examples of "nassau_ottweiler"
Charles Louis married Christiane Charlotte of Nassau-Ottweiler, the daughter of his cousin Frederick Louis of Nassau-Ottweiler. They had two sons:
She married in 1649 in Bischweiler with Count John Louis of Nassau-Ottweiler (1625–1690), the founder of the line Nassau-Ottweiler.
Anna Catherine of Nassau-Ottweiler (31 January 1653 in Ottweiler – 15 February 1731 in Ottweiler) was a daughter of John Louis, Count of Nassau-Ottweiler and his wife, Countess Palatine Dorothea Catherine of Birkenfeld-Bischweiler. She was styled "Countess of Nassau-Ottweiler".
John Louis, Count of Nassau-Ottweiler (23 May 1625, Saarbrücken – 9 February 1690, Reichelsheim, was first Count of Nassau-Ottweiler. At times, he was Major General, Regent of the other Nassau territories and chief of the House of Nassau.
When his brother Louis Crato died in 1713 he took up the government in Nassau-Saarbrücken. That same year he married Christiane Charlotte of Nassau-Ottweiler, the daughter of his cousin Frederick Louis of Nassau-Ottweiler.
Christiane Charlotte of Nassau-Ottweiler (2 September 1685 – 6 November 1761) was a Countess of Nassau-Ottweiler by birth and by marriage successively Countess of Nassau-Saarbrücken and countess of Hesse-Homburg.
This made him the founder of the Nassau-Ottweiler branch, which existed until 1728.
In 1723 the place was founded with a glass foundry by Frederick Louis, Count of Nassau-Ottweiler.
The emerging counties were Nassau-Saarbrücken, Nassau-Ottweiler and Nassau-Usingen. At the beginning of the 18th century 3 of the Nassau lines died out and Nassau-Usingen became their successor (1721 Nassau-Idstein, 1723 Nassau-Ottweiler und 1728 Nassau-Saarbrücken).
He married Anna Catherine, the daughter of John Louis, Count of Nassau-Ottweiler and Countess Palatine Dorothea Catherine of Birkenfeld-Bischweiler. They had seven children:
As both his sons died in infancy, the government of Nassau-Saarbrücken was inherited by father-in-law Frederick Louis of Nassau-Ottweiler.
Frederick Louis of Nassau-Ottweiler (13 November 1651 in Ottweiler – 25 May 1728 in Saarbrücken) was a member of the House of Nassau.
She married on 27 September 1697 to Frederick Louis, Count of Nassau-Ottweiler (13 November 1651 – 25 May 1728). This was his second marriage; it remained childless.
He married on 19 January 1704 in Ottweiler to his first cousin Louise, the daughter of Count Frederick Louis of Nassau-Ottweiler. Charles and Louise had ten children:
Christiane Charlotte was a daughter of the Count Frederick Louis of Nassau-Ottweiler (1651–1728) from his first marriage with Countess Christiane of Ahlefeldt (1659–1695).
He was the son of John Louis, Count of Nassau-Ottweiler and Countess Palatine Dorothea Catherine of Birkenfeld-Bischweiler. He was count of Nassau-Ottweiler from 1680 until his death. From 1721, he was also Count of Nassau-Idstein; from 1723 also Count of Nassau-Saarbrücken. Because he had no male heir, his territories fell to his cousin Charles of Nassau-Usingen after his death in 1728.
Countess Palatine Dorothea Catherine of Birkenfeld-Bischweiler (born 3 July 1634 in Bischweiler; died: 7 December 1715 in Neunkirchen) was a Countess Palatine of Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld-Bischweiler by birth and, by marriage, Countess of Nassau-Ottweiler.
In Saarbrücken on 17 October 1728 Frederick III married secondly Christiane Charlotte of Nassau-Ottweiler (Ottweiler, 2 September 1685 - Homburg, 6 November 1761), widow of Count Charles Louis of Nassau-Saarbrücken. They had no children.
After Nassau-Usingen had inherited Nassau-Ottweiler with former Nassau-Idstein and Nassau-Saarbrücken, it was reunified with Nassau-Weilburg and raised to the Duchy of Nassau in 1806.
In 1721, Idstein passed to Nassau-Ottweiler, and in 1728 to Nassau-Usingen, thereby losing its status as a residence town, although it became the seat of the Nassau Archives and of an "Oberamt".